Helpful Info

Helpful Info

Hiawatha Highlands in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, is a wonderful destination for the public in the Spring, Summer, and Fall; however, in the winter, Hiawatha Highlands is covered under land use agreements for the use of trail pass holders only.  Please respect these restrictions.  The trails are rented for paying cross country ski, snowshoe and fat bike customers from November to April, and fees collected from these customers are used to help maintain the trail systems throughout the year.  In the winter, foot traffic and dog tracks damage the groomed trails and can cause serious injuries to customers of all ages and abilities, including the elderly, recreational skiers and elite athletes. 

Photographers

Are encouraged to contact Hiawatha Highlands to book and make session arrangements prior to arrival. 

Walkers

Are welcome to visit alternate trails such as the ones at the end of Connor Road just past the Algoma Rod and Gun club just past the yellow gate.  More suggestions would be the walking trails in the bush following the creek bed in the Wishart Park on Fourth Line.

Thank you for not trespassing and damaging the trails this winter at Hiawatha Highlands.

 

 

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